Coffee cube latte is a unique twist on your usual iced coffee, and can be made as a morning or early afternoon pick-me-up. We actually prefer this to regular iced coffee, because the coffee does not get watered down as we continue drinking. When the coffee cubes melt, the taste only becomes richer.
If you’re like us and you find it hard to survive without a cuppa in the morning, this recipe’s for you. Especially when we live in such a humid environment, a cold cup of coffee is just what we need to start the day well.
This fuss-free coffee cube latte recipe just needs 10 minutes of your time and 3 ingredients that you can easily find at home.
Bored in Singapore and want to pretend you are overseas? You should check out this secret flower field that is walking distance from Marina Bay MRT Station.
This empty plot of land has been spruced up with pots of bougainvillea. Rows after rows of bougainvillea in different hues, set amidst the boundless blue skies and fluffy white clouds, this secret flower field gave us that vacation vibes that we so sorely miss. For a while, it did feel like we were overseas.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new secret flower field in Singapore. We have also included directions on how you can get there.
Nothing beats a good ol’ slice of traditional kaya butter toast and a cup of coffee for breakfast. For the uninitiated, kaya is a custard essentially derived from a mix of pandan, coconut milk, eggs and sugar to give it a creamy texture.
Toast Hut at Old Airport Road Food Centre is a stall you should make a point to travel to. Melvin Soh, the owner of Toast Hut, has been perfecting his craft of making the best kaya toast and traditional kopi since he was 23 years old.
We all have a soft spot for nostalgic places that remind us of the good times and bring us back to rekindle the fondest memories of the past.
Especially the old-school ones, just family-run traditional eateries in Singapore that serve up hearty and honest food. These are the OG spots where our parents and even grandparents used to eat at years ago.
Here are 10 old-school eateries in Singapore that you should visit before they close down for good.
Let’s face it, you see those honey butter-coated peanuts or those tteokbokki potato chips everywhere and you start to get tired of that once addictive taste; It’s not even real honey or butter. Are these snacks even representative of what Korea has to offer in terms of sweet treats? We don’t mean bingsu either.
Just ask any ahjumma or ahjussi what are the snacks they think are representative of their rich Korean culture and history. We have an inkling it might be on this list of 8 Traditional Korean Snacks That Are Better Than Your Honey Butter Chips. These snacks can be found at most Korean traditional markets and some at more popular tourist destinations like Myeong-Dong.
Mr Holmes Bakehouse—famous cruffin bakery from San Francisco—is opening in Singapore at Pacific Plaza on 12 July 2021 from 10am.
This popular bakery hails all the way from San Fransisco, California and specialises in crusty croissants, a mouthwatering array of baked goods and house brew coffee.
Calling all fans of Crayon Shinchan’s (La Bi Xiao Xin) POP-UP CAFE IS COMING!
Starting from 5 May 2021, Kumoya @ Jalan Klapa will transform into a super cute Crayon Shinchan-themed pop-up cafe and we know it’s going to be so cute!
Gin Parlour at The Clifford Pier, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, has one of the best Happy Hour deals in Singapore. During Happy Hour from 5pm – 8pm daily, The Gin Parlour offers G&TS, wines and cocktails for just S$11++ and beers for S$9++.